Interpreting 25G in Data Center

The rise of cloud computing and the expansion of data centers drive the upgrades of the latest Ethernet, but the big data based on cloud technology has increased the workload of operators. To meet this demand, data centers would generally increase bandwidth capacity in parallel with existing infrastructures in order to achieve the expansion. The […]

Continue reading


SFP28 vs. SFP+ vs. QSFP28

The most prevalent Ethernet migration path until recently is accepted as 10G-40G-100G, however, the advancement in networking technology has ushered in a new alternative-25G Ethernet, indicating the lasted upgrade path could be 10G-25G-100G, or 10G-25G-50G-100G potentially. These migration solutions enable more efficient use of hardware and a more valid upgrade path to 100G. Optics like […]

Continue reading


Basic Knowledge About Optical Line Terminal (OLT)

With increasingly advanced and matured technologies in telecommunication network, Fiber to the Home (FTTH) has drawn much more attention of companies specialized in telecommunication nowadays. Generally, the FTTH broadband connections consist of two types of systems, known as Active Optical Networks (AON) and Passive Optical Networks (PON). And most of FTTH deployments are inclined to […]

Continue reading